Hotels in Sheffield

Why book with eDreams
  • The best prices
  • Quick online booking
  • The best hotel search engine

About Sheffield

About Sheffield

Located in the north of England in the country of Yorkshire, Sheffield is a large, diverse city, known as much for its industrial past as it is for its present-day cosmopolitan vibe. Major regeneration has given the city a radical facelift over the past decades, including the construction of many theatres, museums and arts venues. Today it reigns supreme as one of the United Kingdom's creative hubs, with theatres such as The Crucible, known for their innovative works. Botanical Gardens sit alongside pleasant pedestrianised squares, where you can enjoy a coffee or cocktail and watch the world go by.

Book a hotel in Sheffield using Opodo's website to secure the best deals on your preferred accommodation. A number of filters, such as room facilities and meal inclusions, can be selected based on your specific requirements. If you prefer to look for hotels close to a particular street or landmark then you can view available hotels using the map overview.

What to see in Sheffield

Sheffield has become one of the UK's most vibrant destinations with shopping, museums, music venues and excellent food all high on the agenda. Millennium Galleries houses exhibition spaces with arts and crafts, pieces from the city's industrial heritage and touring exhibits from around the world. Art enthusiasts should check out Graves Gallery, a free museum with work from esteemed artists such as Bridget Riley and Picasso. Tudor Square is at the centre of the action and is an excellent place to book a hotel in Sheffield. This central hub is where you'll find the Lyceum and Crucible theatres and the Central Library. Don't miss a stop at the Winter Gardens in Surrey Street, a closed natural space which is the perfect heated spot for a coffee on a forlorn winter's day. And to explore Sheffield's alternative side, wander around the Hunter’s Bar and Ecclesall Road area in Broomhall, which is home to a wide variety of one-off boutiques, shops and cafés. The area is also home to the Sheffield Botanical Gardens and the rambling Endcliffe Park, just two of the many green oases to visit in Sheffield.

Sheffield also has one of the UK's largest independent cinema, Showroom, where you can catch a screening of major releases as well as less well-known movies, foreign language pictures and documentaries.

Where to stay in Sheffield

At the very heart of Sheffield and within walking distance of the train station is the centrally located Tudor Square. This is an excellent place to look for a hotel if you want to be close to the major attractions, such as the cathedral and the Crucible Theatre. For a more artistic and rustic vibe, the West Bar area located close to the River Don is an excellent choice. This also puts you within easy reach of attractions such as the Crucible Stack and Kelham Island Museum. The A61 ring road surrounds the centre of the city. Hotels within the circumference of the ring all provide easy access to bars, restaurants and attractions, as it takes just 20 minutes to walk through the town centre. If you are looking for an alternative vibe and green spaces, Broomhall is a perfect area to find a cheap hotel and is also home to Sheffield University. Meanwhile, the Park Hill area is ideally situated both near the train station and Sheffield's O2 Academy - a popular local music venue.

Our International travel websites